The Ashes Cricket Series


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The Ashes Cricket Series 2009

Ashes 2009 The Australia national cricket team is due to tour England, Scotland and Wales during the 2009 English cricket season. The team is scheduled to play five Test matches, seven one-day internationals and two Twenty20 internationals against England.
The series of five Test matches between England and Australia is for The Ashes and, for the first time, an Ashes match will be held in Wales. Australia is the current holder of The Ashes by winning the 2006-07 series after losing to England in 2005. Final Results: England won the 5-match series 2–1 | Australia won the 7-match series 6-1 | 2 Twenty20 matches abandoned 0-0

Australia vs England, 7 ODI Matches In England, Sep 2009

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

Chester-le-Street - Seventh ODI: Whitewash averted (AUS 6:1|7)

England 177/6 (Denly 53) beat Australia 176 (Ponting 53, Swann 5-28) by four wickets

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

Trent Bridge - Sixth ODI: Tim Paine hits 1st century as England lose by 111 (AUS 6:0|7)

Australia 296/8 (Paine 111, Hussey 65, Anderson 4-55) beat England 185 (Hopes 3-32) by 111 runs

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

Trent Bridge - Fifth ODI: Ricky Ponting's 27th ODI century as Australia extends lead (AUS 5:0|7)

Australia 302/6 (Ponting 126, Clarke 52) beat England 299 (Morgan 58) by four wickets

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

Lord's - Fourth ODI: Australia secure series after Brett Lee show (AUS 4:0|7)

Australia 221/3 (Clarke 62*, Paine 51) beat England 220 (Strauss 63, Lee 5-49) by seven wickets

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

The Rose Bowl - Third ODI: Cameron White's first century, Australia extends lead(AUS 3:0|7)

Australia 230/4 (White 105, Clarke 52) beat England 228/9 (Strauss 63, Watson 3-36) by six wickets

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

Lord's - Second ODI: Allrounders Shane Watson & Mitchell Johnson give Aussies 2-0 lead (AUS 2:0|7)

Australia 249/8 (Ferguson 55, Johnson 43*) beat England England 210 (Collingwood 56, Lee 2-22) by 39 runs

Ashes Series One Day Internationals

The Oval - First ODI: Australia beat England by four runs in first one-dayer (AUS 1:0|7)

Two weeks after losing the Ashes, Australia beat England by four runs in the first of their seven one-day internationals. The match showcased the talents of Yorkshireman Adil Rashid, who with his leg-spin first helped England limit Australia to 260 for five, and then launched a late onslaught with the bat, scoring an unbeaten 31 from 23 balls, to revive England's hopes of victory after a middle order collapse. Callum Ferguson won the man-of-the-match award for an unbeaten 71 while Cameron White weighed in with 53 for Australia.
Australia 260/5 (Ferguson 71*, Cameron White 53, Collingwood 2-47) beat England 256/8 (Bopara 49, Shah 40, Johnson 3-24) by 4 runs

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.